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Delays after junction 28, M25 crash

PUBLISHED: 08:23 17 December 2014 | UPDATED: 09:42 17 December 2014

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Traffic is delayed on the M25 at junction 28 following a crash.

Medics were en route to the scene between Romford and Brentwood at about 7.45am, according to a tweet by the London Ambulance Service.

@LAS_HART tweeted: “We are on route to an RTC on the M25 persons reported trapped near junction 28.”

Later the specialist emergency service added: “Thankfully our call to the RTC on the M25 was very minor injuries.”

A firefighter who attended the scene said the incident had been minor and no one was trapped.

Around 8am, the Highways Agency tweeted: “We’ve moved the vehicles involved in the accident #M25 anti-clock J28 to J27 onto the hard shoulder. All lanes open, congestion is easing.”

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